Visiting our partner church in Transylvania was a journey of more than miles. We are made different through the pilgrimage. Today we will explore the ways the soul changes, stays the same, and dances in community with friends old and new.
Topic: Upcoming Servies
Today we will revisit the well loved seasonal classic in the context of our Unitarian identity and history.
This Sunday’s service for all ages will feature a no-rehersal nativity play. We will ask who lighted the way on our journey and how we can be a light for the world.
Many of our most beloved holiday stories include people and circumstances that are very far from perfect. This Sunday we will ask why our highest praise is often given to those who are far from perfect as we ask what we truly expect in … read more.
You are invited to bring bread from your own tradition to share with the congregation in this service of thanksgiving and breaking bread together.
Let’s explore how the difficult history of racial violence and the good new of Universalism intersect in the past and today. Joetta Prost is a member of St. John’s with an interest in local history, particularly near her home in Northern Kentucky.
When I was a small child I lived in Tehran, Iran, where I attended an international school. United Nations day was a day for carnival games and treats. We all dressed up to represent some part of our mixed heritage — because no … read more.
Manuel Perez is the Membership Coordinator for Cincinnati Interfaith Workers Center, part of the Interfaith Workers Network. Today he will speak to us about the value of solidarity. Come learn how empowering communities can serve our spirits and the world.
Would you, could we, accept a place at the table of beloved community? Would we be skeptical of a wide and warm welcome? Would we be suspicious of motives behind an invitation? Maybe it wouldn’t be right to accept the invitation if … read more.
One of humanity’s most ancient foes is on the ropes. Thanks to abundant electric light, the darkness has lost its power over us. But have we gone too far?